The college has been working closely with AEG Europe for over 10 years on a number of training initiatives to help local people gain employment at one of the Worlds largest entertainment venues, The 02.
Together with the University of Greenwich we have developed our unique Foundation Degree in Venue, Events and Hospitality Management
We run our Adult Education courses in collaboration with Greenwich Council and are also part of the GPlus Network.
We also work closely with the boroughs 2012 team to ensure local resident will get the most out of the opportunities available to them before, during and after the games.
Visit the Greenwich Council website: http://wwww.greenwich.gov.uk
Greenwich Community College is proud to promote its very close and long standing relationship with South London’s most successful Football Club, Charlton Athletic, based at The Valley, Floyd Road, Charlton, London SE7
Through our long and trusted relationship the college has established a learning centre in the North Stand of the Club. During Monday to Friday every week of the year the London Leisure College delivers all our Sport, Leisure & Recreations Classes to employers such as Greenwich Leisure Limited and individuals intending to pursue a career in the Leisure industries.
Visit the Charlton Athletic Football Club website: http://www.cafc.co.uk
They manage eight Leisure Centres across the London Borough of Greenwich one of which is linked to our Training Centre at Charlton Athletic Football Club new North Stand.
As part of this partnership Greenwich Leisure Limited offer all our Sports, Recreation & Leisure students work placements in one of their centres and guarantee a job if you get your qualifications.
Visit the Greenwich Leisure Limited website: http://www.gll.org/
We work very closely with this cross borough, multi cultural group to ensure that we have a coherent policy for tackling any form of racism. We sit on their management board and also work to deliver exciting programmes in the sports and arts.
Visit the Charlton Athletic Race Equality (CARE) website: http://www.charlton-athletic.co.uk/anti_racism.ink
The college has worked closely with the Princes trust over a number of programmes, delivering programmes and collaborating on projects and events.
Visit the Prince's Trust website: http://www.princes-trust.org.uk
Initially established to help with regeneration and renewal projects, Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB) is a local labour initiative.
It works in partnership with employers and a range of organisations to maximise job opportunities for local people and secure business opportunities for local companies.
GLLaB also enables local people, particularly those from disadvantaged communities, to access training and jobs.
Visit the GLLaB website: http://www.greenwich.gov.uk/Greenwich/Working/GLLaB/
It seeks to enable, facilitate and promote models of excellence in the provision of services that support the delivery and development of voluntary, community and faith organisations and those that work with them in Greenwich.
It is an exciting time for GAVS. Now fully established as the Council for Voluntary Service in Greenwich, GAVS is actively increasing the services it offers to the voluntary and community sector in Greenwich. Whether you are a large charity or newly formed group or association, GAVS is here to support you.
Visit the Greenwich Action for Voluntary Service website: http://www.greenwich-cvs.org.uk/change-up/